Teaching their children the Holy Quran is the best legacy parents can leave. All Muslim parents hope that their children will always read, love, and live the Holy Quran. In fact, it is a huge burden on parents’ shoulders.
On the other hand, teaching young children is often done in a fast and efficient way. Non-Arab families, in particular, do not follow the Holy Quran while teaching their children.
As a result, young children lose interest in repeating, reading, and understanding the Holy Quran as they grow older. As a result, people are not able to apply Quranic teachings effectively in their daily lives (both at home and at work).
How can reading the Quran for kids be made easier?
There is no equal strategy for teaching children this way. The personality and learning of your child plays a role in studying the Quran. However, we have some suggestions.
Tell the amazing Quranic Stories:
Allah Subhana hu Wata’la has narrated many interesting anecdotes in the Holy Quran. These accounts not only encourage us but also teach us important lessons. Allah Subhana hu Wata’la (Allah Subhana hu Wata’la) says, “Allah Subhana hu Wata’la” (Allah Subhana hu Wata’la) says, “Alla
“We convey to you, [Muhammad], the greatest news of what we have revealed to you in this Qur’an, despite the fact that you were among the ignorant people before it.”
(Read Joseph 12: 3.)
As a result, children’s interest and curiosity will be aroused when stories from the Holy Quran are discussed. On the other hand, they will be able to visualize the Quran. After all, they are going to feel loved and belong to each other because of this.
Quran Recitation for Children:
The benefits of listening to the recitation of the Holy Quran with a deep and steadfast heart are immeasurable. As a result, listening to the Holy Quran may be the child’s first step in learning.
Parents, however, do not teach their children how to recite the Holy Quran. Even when they repeat, some parents do not pay attention to the correct pronunciation, Tajweed rules, or “Makhrij.” As a result, the benefits of the heart will be refined by repetition without hearing and understanding.
Combine listening to the Quran and reading the Quran text:
Next, encourage your child to take a Mashif and try to read a text you did not get before. However, you should not force them to sit down, open the Holy Book, and begin reading Arabic words they have never seen before.
Look at the behavior of Muslims. They had heard it, memorized it, and prayed over it. Some time later, the Holy Quran was compiled as Mashif-e-Uthman, and it began to be read.
Help them to understand the meaning of the verses:
In addition to listening to the Holy Quran daily, tell your children about the conditions and interpretations of key verses. Allah Subhan hu Wata’la asks the believers to meditate on the verses of the Holy Book.
“[This] is a beautiful Book which we have revealed, [Muhammad], that they may think of its contents and be reminded of their minds.”
Saaad 38:29 (Surah Saaad)